Ambroise Thomas

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One of leading opera composers of 19th century France, Ambroise Thomas was a successor to Meyerbeer, Auber, and Offenbach.
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Mignon, opera in 3 acts 1866 Opera
Hamlet, opera in 5 acts 1868 Opera
Le Caïd, opera in 2 acts 1849 Opera
Raymond, opera 1851 Opera
Le songe d'une nuit d'été, opera in 3 acts 1850 Opera
Overture to "Mignon" Orchestral
Work(s) Miscellaneous (Classical)
Le Soir Vocal Music
String quartet in E, Op 1 1833 Chamber Music
Hamlet, opera in 5 acts for voice & piano (transcribed by Georges Bizet) 1869 Opera
Ma voisine Vocal Music
Ange et Mortel ("La nuit a parsemé son manteau d'étincelles"), duet for 2 voices Vocal Music
Françoise de Rimini, opera 1882 Opera
Prière, for organ 1858 Keyboard
La Cour de Célimène, opera in 2 acts Opera
Le Comte Carmagnola, opera 1841 Opera
La serenata ("Tu d'amarmi un dì giurasti"), romanza for voice Vocal Music
Sola! ("Torna al dí novel), canzone danese for voice & piano Vocal Music
Elévation, for organ Keyboard
Le Roman d' Elvire, opera 1860 Opera
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